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What's New: Celebrating Black History Month

| March 9, 2015

The Real News celebrates Black History Month with various interviews and documentaries.



What's New: March 8 is International Women's Day

| March 8, 2015

Across the country, CUPE will participate in community events celebrating women's activism and reaffirming our commitment to gender justice. CUPE has a number of campaigns that address women's rights as workers and community members. We encourage you and your local to use International Women's Day to promote these initiatives.



LeftStreamed: ALBA after ten years

March 8, 2015

This forum explores the achievements and challenges of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA). Recorded in Toronto, 21 February 2015.



Mike Constable cartoonWhat's New: Dsquare collection

by Mike Constable | March 7, 2015

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LeftStreamed: Solidarity with CUPE 3902 and 3903

March 7, 2015

Solidarity rally was held on the grounds of the University of Toronto with the striking members of CUPE 3902 and support from Canadian Federation of Students. Recorded in Toronto, 6 March 2015.



Bullet #1088: Austerity Strangles Ontario: the TA strikes in Context

by David Bush and Doug Nesbitt | March 6, 2015

Austerity for working people and the accumulation of wealth in the corporate sector was sold as short-term pain for long-term gain. What we got of course was pain now, pain later, and never-ending pain if we don't organize to end it.



What's New: Happy Birthday Rosa Luxemburg!

| March 5, 2015

Rosa Luxemburg [1871-1919], the Polish-born revolutionary and writer, was one of the most original theoretical minds of the early twentieth century. Her work stands as a testament to the great social of upheavals of the time and a life lived in struggle for a better world. She ultimately suffered for her convictions, spending time in jail between 1904 and 1906 and again for three and a half years for opposing the First World War, before her brutal and untimely death in 1919 at the hands of the proto-fascistic Freikorp.



What's New: Scarborough Subway has issues and Council is in denial

by Brenda Thompson | March 5, 2015

I just got off the phone with a neighbour one street over. She has been following the news about the sunk costs for the Scarborough subway and she is frustrated with Council's refusal to consider Councillor Josh Matlow's administrative enquiries into these costs and ridership levels. Let me first say that my neighbour is not a transit rider. Like most people in Scarborough she drives everywhere.



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More Palestinian civilians were killed last year than at any time since 1967, says United Nations April 1, 2015

How Does Germany Afford Free Tuition For All Of Its Citizens? March 31, 2015

More belt-tightening for post-secondary sector March 31, 2015

Neither Grexit, nor Grexident. Euro and 'drachma' in parallel? March 31, 2015

4 Million Venezuelans Condemn U.S. Sanctions March 31, 2015

Now We Know Why Huge TPP Trade Deal Is Kept Secret From the Public March 31, 2015

Harper will continue to win majorities if NDP, Liberals don't join forces, says former NDP MP March 31, 2015

Budget attacks intellectual independence and academic autonomy of post-secondary schools March 31, 2015

Yemen conflict poised to escalate as Egypt says it is ready to send troops March 31, 2015

Could Syriza boost the co-operative economy in Greece? March 31, 2015

Union drama: Real showdown coming in Act 2 March 31, 2015

The corporatization of University of Toronto March 31, 2015

Solidarity Halifax Opposes Liberal Austerity Agenda March 31, 2015

Greece's Golden Dawn: Fascists at the Gate March 31, 2015

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5:30pm, Thursday April 2, 2015
Dundonald Park, Somerset & MacLaren, Ottawa.

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: Solidarity with the Quebec student strike against austerity

Thousands of students in Quebec are going on strike against austerity.

The strike is just in the first week, but already students are facing severe police repression, including mass arrests and in at least one instance a student was shot in the face with a tear gas canister at point blank range.

On April 2, as many as 200,000 students across Quebec may vote to join the strike. Their struggle is our struggle.

With the secret police bill C-51 racing through Parliament while public service cuts deepen from coast to coast to coast, the time for action against austerity and repression is now.

Solidarity with the Quebec student strike. Solidarity Against Austerity. #Printemps2015

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